Johan Rijpma breathes life into ordinary rolls of packing tape by sticking them to the ceiling in various patterns and allowing gravity to take over. He does also lean on some clever video work to add some appeal to the whole thing. This video of the work is fantastic and well worth watching.
Getting Up: The Tempt One Story
This looks like an inspiring story and an awesome foundation. The Not Impossible Foundation is working to create solutions for impossible challenges. The EyeWriter is the first of these challenges and they are working with TEMPT to develop the technology.
JP Auclair Street Segment (from All.I.Can.)
In an industry littered with “me too” films about skiing, it would seem unlikely that something truly creative and original could emerge. This teaser short from the film All.I.Can., does that and more. It all begins with gorgeous camera work as the film builds suspense
The Art of Data Visualization by Aaron Koblin
Aaron Koblin, part software programmer and part artist, creates fascinating works by creating visual interfaces to digest various types of data. You may have seen one of his projects circulating virally around the web.
Featured Artwork by Whitney Lynn
Whitney Lynn works in various mediums, often including an element of performance. Lynn’s artwork can be seen in an upcoming exhibition, God Only Knows Who the Audience Is: Performance, Video, and Television Through the Lens of La Mamelle / ART COM.
Artwork by Doug Aitken
Doug Aitken creates video and light box sculpture installations.
02 Becoming TransNatural
The second TransNatural event will be opening on March 4. I am really drawn to this exhibit because it mixes art and technology in a very compelling way to make statements and ask questions about the biochemical world we live in today and what the future will be.
Exit Through the Gift Shop
Exit Through the Gift Shop is a humorous documentary about an accidental documentary of street art, featuring artists Shepard Fairey, Space Invader, Banksy and more.
MoMA Brings Abstract Expressionism to the iPad
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has a new iPad app for the Abstract Expressionist New York exhibition. The MoMA iPad app is not only done well, but it is also FREE. In the app you can see large images of the paintings, learn about the history of the artist and see videos about the artists.